The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
Gah! Photos can definitely deceive! These look like those microscope pics of germs, definitely not like tasty oranges! Thanks for stopping by :)
Very cool. I can tell they are oranges but I'm not sure if I would have been able to if you hadn't told me. It's an artsy shot, for sure. And I have to say that Bebe is just as beautiful as Garbo!
You can't get anything tastier than fresh, chilled oranges.
I wouldn't have guessed these are oranges. Fresh way to process an image.
That pic really reminds me of the space invaders game LOL
Oranges? Really?! You could have fooled me!
I thought they were fresh snails before I read the text. Cool effect.
Well you had me confused as I tried to figure out what they were. Have you be photoshopping again?Happy weekend to you Jams.
Cool post precessing!Photoshop is really a handy tool.
Those orange look mighty fine =] We'll take your word for it, as regards their freshness heheLET'S CELEBRATE EARTH HOUR TONIGHT, MARCH 27! Swith off your lights from 8.30-9.30pm. Save energy, save the planet =]
i will experiment to find out how u created this effect. i like the way it makes the image different n interesting
LOL i'm thinking of molds! hahaha
A fresh (novel) take on what's an ordinary sight for you? ;b
Jams, the roll goes on! Great. The more great photos you put up the more extreme (or useless) mine become!Keep going. I look forward every day to being surprised by another brill pic.
Oranges? now that you mentioned it, yes: I see them. I just had a glass of fresh OJ :)Great effect.Happy weekend!!fresh
Great and cool take on this theme! Very creative! But I am glad that my tulip looks much more fresh...*smile*.
I would have thought they were mushrooms
At first I thought that these were specimens lined up on a tray in a science lab! But I guess that could be anything but fresh! (Well maybe kinda fresh!) But the more I look, I see the orange texture! Your photo is a great discussion point!
Nice! Mariposa's PhotoHunt
haha fun ironic take! I couldn't tell what's in the photo. :)
And I was arguing with someone about the natural colors of photos...lol. Great take!
I thought they were chocolate. I guess oranges are more fresh than chocolate and probably orange is better for me.
now that is a very interesting photo..I am glad you told me what they were as I would never have guessed....great take on the theme
What a shot. I could tell they were oranges, but couldn't see the freshness have you not told me.Happy weekend.
What a curious photo! No, they do not look fresh in black & white! I played, too! Have a blessed weekend.
Alien pods....all of them. You're being invaded. It's about time!
I agree with Sue :D I like what you did to the photo though :)
At first glance I thought they were jewelled rings in a velvet display box. I like this very much and love how everyone sees something different until reading that they are oranges.
Yes they clearly can, as yours has done ;). Certainly a FRESH look at this week's theme. If you want to get FRESH with me this week check mine here.
Very cool. Might have guessed blueberries but not oranges. Great take on the theme.
That is so cool! They look like sea urchins.And I accidentally clicked "puerile", but it's not! Stupid mouse!
Thanks everyone! No worries Knatolee. I chose asinine, prolix and puerile for amusement. Beats seeing great, awesome and Coawbloodybungs!
very nice experiment tho and yes it's very deceptive. we can actually make out different things out of this. :)* my rounds are late. no connection at home. :(
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